Style Sirens – The Range, Byron Bay
We are always delighted and intrigued by the beautiful spaces that our pure
linen collection goes to feature in. So much so that we have decided to
bring you style and inspiration from those that we consider to be our
This week we are welcomed into ‘The Range’, a sprawling property of
Tom and Emma Lane nestled into the picturesque Bryon Bay hinterland.
The family’s consideration of sustainability and the environment is
honoured throughout the expansive home, in both architecture and design.
With a strong influence of European finishing and styling, you would be
forgiven to think that you had been transported to a farm house in the Mediterranean.
The Range sits on 120 acres and located at a vantage point to the rolling
hillside and beyond to the sea. The principles of appreciating the outside
environment is evident in the raw and organic fittings, including original
timber beams, muted terracotta tiles and a natural palette in pure linen bedding.
Merging the exterior environment with interior finishes is a style we
revere at Hale Mercantile Co. Emulating the rolling, dusty countryside,
selecting pure linen bedding in warmer tones of Brun (Toffee melange),
Carmel (sun bleached caramel) and Cep (Mushroom) have been
utilised to great effect. Rosa has been subtly selected to complement the clay,
pink tones of terracotta. Styling has been purposely left unfussed,
relaxed and understated.
The Lane’s underpin a strong ethos and commitment to giving back to
the environment and community. They own three properties in the region,
including The Farm, - a working farm with a collection of micro-businesses,
each share the same ethos with traditional and sustainable practices.
However, their work in the sustainability space is not limited to these
properties, with the recent completion of The Beach House East Coast,
an event space for retreats and conscious conferencing - proceeds
from this venue benefit their environmental trust.
Thank you to Emma Lane, for more information visit The Range.
Photo credit: Alicia Taylor